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from cheyenne country. must be from chief swift eagle. chief swift eagle good friend. see what him want. he says that it's important to see you right away, but he doesn't say why. ah, chief swift eagle, have plenty good reason or him not send for, tonto. me signal, me go. we find him on washita reservation. then you better be on your way. you not come, kimosabe? no, tonto, i wanted to visit father bautista at his mission. he may have some news for me. when me see you again? i'll meet you at the big cave on the washita river in two days. you go on, i'll break up camp. me hurry see what friend want. tonto? yes, kimosabe? they're stricter around the reservations these days. be sure to report to the indian agent in charge there. me see him first thing. ♪ you last passed this way. yes it has. thank you. where's tonto? he went to see his friend, chief swift eagle. on the washita reservation. the washita? why, yes. something wrong, father? i hope he doesn't meet with trouble. trouble? what kind of trouble? the army has issued orders, that any indians found of their reservations, south of the
, which made their run to a 10-2 record and elite championship something special. but the csd eagles overcame an even bigger obstacle on the way to friday night glory because csd stands for california school for the deaf. that's right. every player and coach warren keller, too, is deaf. >> we want to prepare the kids the best we can for the rest of their lives. get them, no matter what happens on the field and how much we push them we want to prepare them for their real life. >> reporter: small but quick, the eagles were pushed to practice fast and play that way. the hurry-up offense with each snap within seven seconds of the referee's spot. >> we set up fast. we snap the ball fast. >> reporter: and what do you know? it worked. one bigger opponent after another bit the dust. almost all of them public schools. and the eagles turned deafness into an advantage, using sign language and color coded sideline boards to call plays that athletes who can hear couldn't figure out. >> they have a medium of communication that is very simple. they can talk to each other. and they don't have to cre
. -eagle pass straight ahead, kemosabe. gunsight about two hours ride now. remember the road divides about six miles east of town. we'll take the left fork that cuts past the sheriff's office. let's go. ♪ these outrages have got to stop, sheriff. and if you can't do it, i say let's appeal to the military at fort hughes. -but i-- -i've already done that, harper. they say they can't spare the men. but rest assured, if something isn't done soon, i'll have to give up the stage line. and then this community will really suffer. -excuse me, gentlemen. oh, am i glad to see you. come on in. thank you, sheriff. it's good to see you again. -gentlemen. this is the man i was telling you about. uh, this is mr. conway, who operates our stage line. mr. conway. -how do you do? -mr. harper here is the owner of our leading store. -how do you do, sir? delighted to meet you and have you with us. you should be proud of your reputation. yes, indeed. the sheriff has been most extravagant in his praise. said
. >>> this story continues to get a lot of headlines. a a boy scout denied eagle scout status because he's gay will be honored for bravery. ryan anderson will be honored monday in the california state assembly. anderson was removed from the scouts earlier this year. his mother wants him to be reinstated. she started an online petition and has gathered more than 425,000 signatures from around the world requesting the boy scouts change their policy on homosexuals. >>> it's moving day at the state capitol. the legislature reconvenes monday so everyone is get the offices ready for the 120 new legislators. the halls today filled with boxes, 38 of the 80 assembly members coming in monday will be freshmen, the most since 1934. ten of the 40 state senators will also be new. not a great day in terms of the weather to be moving. >> yes. >> no. >> we have a brief respite right now, but another round is moving if. let's check in with jeff. >>> pretty dicey this morning when the winds topped 60 miles per hour in parts of the area, heavy downpours extremely dangerous. but the good news if you're doing anyth
ahead mister, we're ready. where's cavendish hiding? silver canyon? no. twin forks? no. eagle pass? no. dead man's gulch? no. try him again on that one, mister. dead man's gulch? i said no! oh my, yes, that's the one. it must be: his pulse is racing like a house on fire. it's worth a try ladies, but dead man's gulch is a long ride from here. take the shortcut, over willow bridge. much quicker. i only hope i can make it in time. you ladies keep this outlaw tied up until i get back. you've both been a big help. thanks. oh, what a nice man. and just think, effie, we've captured a real life outlaw. oh, this is the most exciting time we've had since grandpa won the horse shoe pitching contest. ♪ hey! pull up there! you sure in a fine hurry, mister. what's the idea of the roadblock? what's the idea of the mask? this mask means the same to me as a badge of office means to a law man. why s the road closed? bridge ain't there no more. river washed it away last night. is there any other way across? not a chance. look mister, i've got to get to dead man's gulch by twelve noon. if i
as the eagles take on the cowboys with that retractable roof, weather doesn't really make all that much difference down in texas. of course, you can get your forecast any time at weather.com. lester? >> dylan, thanks. >>> a prominent tennis referee is a free woman this morning. but just 24 hours ago, she stood accused of killing her husband, until the charges against her were unexpectedly dropped. michelle franzen reports now on a case that stretched across the country, touching one of america's most prestigious sporting events. >> reporter: she is a former u.s. open tennis referee, accused of killing her husband of nearly 50 years using a coffee mug as a weapon. but friday, lois goodman smiled in a los angeles courtroom after learning her case was dismissed. >> i'm glad that it's over and can go on with my life. >> reporter: l.a. county prosecutors asked a judge to drop charges against goodman, citing insufficient evidence and new information in the case. >> based upon this information, we announced that we are unable to proceed with the case at this time. >> reporter: the 70-year-old
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